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Cloning and expression analysis of a potato cDNA that encodes branching enzyme: evidence for co-expression of starch biosynthetic genes

Molecular & General Genetics : MGG

Nov 1, 1991

J KossmannUwe Sonnewald

Abstract

One of the key enzymes involved in the formation of amylopectin, which is the major component of starch, is branching enzyme. A cDNA for potato branching enzyme was cloned by screening a tuber-specific cDNA expression library using an antiserum directed against a denatured preparation o...read more

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Glucose Metabolism Disorders
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Enzymes, antithrombotic
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Transcription, Genetic
Immune Sera
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Cloning and expression analysis of a potato cDNA that encodes branching enzyme: evidence for co-expression of starch biosynthetic genes

Molecular & General Genetics : MGG

Nov 1, 1991

J KossmannUwe Sonnewald

PMID: 1745241

DOI: 10.1007/bf00290648

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